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Kiss Symphony (2003)

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Kiss's performance in Melbourne, Australia, on February 28th, 2003, at Telstra Dome, with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, conducted by David Campbell.
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Kiss's performance in Melbourne, Australia, on February 28th, 2003, at Telstra Dome, with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, conducted by David Campbell.

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English

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Because the footage is taken from several performances, there are some continuity errors. Gene Simmons's bass guitar, for instance, sometimes changes between the Axe model (wide shots) and Punisher model (close-ups) in the middle of the songs. See more »

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KISS Symphony.
31 December 2003 | by nmbear003See all my reviews

I'd like to inform the person that had all the nasty things to say about this concert of a few things!First,KISS was playing with an orchestra long before Guns&Roses,Aerosmith,Metallica,or any other band that decided to imitate them did.Second.Gene Simmons does not need money.He's got plenty of it and loves doing what he does.But I don't know anyone that doesn't like money,do you?Call it ego or whatever,but KISS delivers live!Tommy Thayer is far from a"club guitarist" He was in a KISS tribute band called Cold Gin and did a fantastic job.Before that,he was in a band that Gene Simmons produced called Black and Blue.His playing is clean and simple.It only made sense to have him play with the band.It was for the fans!Ace left the band on his own!Although I don't know why.His solo efforts never held a candle to KISS.And did you ever hear Ace sing live?Studio,he's o.k.Live,yuck. Last.The Telstra Dome in Australia is a BIG domed stadium.It's used for professional sports and was filled with 35,000 KISS fans.You call that small?And the ages ranged from young(I saw one kid I think was about 3 and others in formal type attire)to old.Paul comments that others where approached to be part of the project."It was like twisting arms",he said.The Melbourne Symphony had the best time they'd ever had playing live.They will never forget it,that I'm sure of!


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